Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk High ‘Slayer’ – New Images

May 9, 2011 BY

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The ‘Big 4’ Tour has metalheads putting aside their allegiances for a brief moment to mosh as one to the sounds of the greatest collection of metal musicians ever assembled, but you know Slayer fans still think their band is best.  And when all is said and done, at least when it comes to sneaker collaborations, they very well might be right.  That’s not intended as a slight against the Metallica x Converse Chuck Taylors that dropped a while back but more a statement of how well Brooklyn Projects designed the Nike SB Dunk High ‘Reign in Blood’.  Named after Slayer’s 1986 opus, the Reign in Blood Dunks find a perfect colorway to enhance the rugged feel of their suede and denim construction, all the while belying the premium touch of buttery smooth black leather on the Swoosh, side panel and toe.  Click through to see more, let us know how they compare to the other musical collabos we’ve seen and stick with Sneaker News for updates on this release currently slated for late May.  via HS

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